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Juvenile Justice Task Force

Bibliography of Juvenile Justice Resources

Altschuler, D., Stangler, G., Berkley, K., & Burton, L. (2009). Supporting youth in transition to adulthood: Lessons learned from child welfare and juvenile justice. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform.

Colorado LINKS for Mental Health. (2009). Guidebook to interagency planning efforts addressing kids’ behavioral health. Denver, CO: Interagency Prevention Systems, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Colorado Prevention Leadership Council. (2010). State plan for prevention, intervention, and treatment services for children and youth: State of Colorado fiscal years 2010-2013. www.colorado.gov/plc.

Early childhood Colorado Framework: A collective vision on behalf of Colorado’s young children and their families. Framework in action state plan: 2010-2012.

Early childhood Colorado Framework (July 2008).

Early and late risk factors. Youth Violence: A Report of the Surgeon General.

Gogtay, N., et al. (2004). Dynamic mapping of human cortical development during childhood through early adulthood. PNAS, 101 (21)¸ 8174-8179.

Henry, K. (2007). Who’s Skipping School: Characteristics of Truants in 8th and 10th Grade. Journal of School Health, 77(1), 29-35.

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council & Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance. (2009). Annual Report to the Governor. Denver, CO: Division of Criminal Justice.

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council & Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance. (2009). Colorado’s Three-Year Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Plan (2009-2011). Denver, CO: Division of Criminal Justice.

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council & Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance. (2010). Colorado’s Three-Year Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Plan
(2009-2011): March 2010 update. Denver, CO: Division of Criminal Justice
.

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council & Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance. (2005). State of juvenile justice in Colorado: 2005. Denver, CO: Division of Criminal Justice.

Kliewer, W., et al. (2006). Violence exposure and drug use in Central American youth: Family cohesion and parental monitoring as protective factors. Journal of research on adolescence, 16(3), 455-478.

Legal and educational system solutions for youth: A leadership and policy forum on truancy and dropout prevention. Topic: Youth and Family/Caregiver Engagement Prevention Strategies.

Minkner, F. (2005). State of Colorado juvenile justice system flowchart.

Montrose & Olathe Schools, Attendance/Truancy Office. (n.d.). Memo regarding Attendance as a measure of success.

National Center for School Engagement. (October 13, 2006). Truancy matters: Research, policies, and practices. Paper presented at the CASCWA National Truancy Conference.

Snyder, H.N., & Sickmund, M. (2006). Juvenile Offenders and Victims: 2006 National Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.

Stone, R. (2010). Utilization of detention services by juvenile status offenders in Kentucky. Frankfurt, KY: Department of Juvenile Justice.

Szymanski, L.A. (2010). Do all states have a juvenile delinquency purpose clause? NCJJ Snapshot, 15(9).

Teicher, M.H. (2002). Scars that won’t heal: The neurobiology of child abuse: Maltreatment at an early age can have enduring negative effects on a child’s brain development and function. Scientific American, March, 68-75.

The Missouri Model: Reinventing the practice of rehabilitating youthful offenders. (2010). Baltimore, MD: The Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Zorn Heilbrunn, J., & Seeley, K. (2003). Saving money, saving youth: The financial impact of keeping kids in school. Denver, CO: Colorado Foundation for Families and Children.